I have to wonder about the obviously deliberate non-mention of either Palm or WebOS. Trying to ignore the past?
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Play it. Obsess over it. Write some Perl. Save the Universe from the NPC overlords.
and now there's Postgres-XC, which looks very promising
According to Wikipedia, this program is not entirely dead
Recently Lockheed Martin has been testing a new 1/5 scale rocket described to be similar in capabilities and design, known now simply as a "Space Reusable Launch Vehicle". Two tests were conducted secretly at the Spaceport America in New Mexico. The first on December 19, 2007 was billed as a complete success, while the August 12, 2008 launch ended in an irreparable crash after 12.5 seconds of flight. A third test on October 10, 2009, was another success.
Isn't this was SMIL was supposed to deliver? Is that dead now?
Yo dawg, I herd u like trucks
This is the cover story, but what *really* happened?